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Gallery Talk: Power and Place in Native American Art

August 2, 2016
12:00PM1:00PM
Meet in Gallery 100
Free with museum admission

The natural world endows indigenous North American art with tremendous power—from the feather-covered baskets woven by California women to clay pipestems made by ancient Midwesterners. In this gallery talk, museum educator Nenette Luarca-Shoaf highlights the museum’s collection of American Indian art, emphasizing the expressive power of place.

Pomo wedding basket, Wedding Basket, c. 1895.